Today, I am happy to announce that VMware has closed its acquisition of SaltStack. I want to officially welcome the SaltStack team led by Marc Chenn and Tom Hatch to the Cloud Management team at VMware.
Announcing General Availability of vSphere 7 Update 1
On September 15 we announced the upcoming release of vSphere 7 Update 1. Today, I am excited to share that it is now generally available. If you missed our announcement webcast on September 15, no problem. You can watch a replay of the webcast “Up-Level to Developer-Ready Infrastructure” anytime you’d like. What’s new in vSphere 7 Update 1? vSphere 7 Update 1 introduces The post Announcing General Availability of vSphere 7 Update 1 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
vSphere 7 U1 – The Fastest Way to Get Started with Kubernetes #vmware
Last year at VMworld, we announced Project Pacific, a ground-breaking rethinking of vSphere that deeply integrated Kubernetes with the platform. Earlier this year, about six months after the Project Pacific announcement, we released VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) with Tanzu, which incorporated the Project Pacific technology. While we have many VCF Tanzu customers and many customers are The post Announcing VMware vSphere with Tanzu: The Fastest Way to Get Started with Kubernetes appeared first…Read More
A good read on how K8S changing management. #vmware #tanzu
For IT teams inside large organizations used to managing any number of operating environments, Kubernetes is a breath of fresh, standardizing air. Forget its origins, forget any excitement over containers or microservices, and forget the sprawling ecosystem of related projects. What has some folks charged with managing Kubernetes deployments really excited is the prospect of managing all application infrastructure essentially the same way. Many apps, one abstraction According to Juergen…Read More